England will need to score 193 to win their second Twenty20 international match against New Zealand on Tuesday.
England will chase down a score of 192 runs in order to beat New Zealand in their second Twenty20 international clash in Auckland.
Having endured a slow start to the innings, the tourists began to take wickets in the middle overs, after Stuart Broad had opted to field first when winning the toss.
Jade Dernbach took three wickets as the Kiwis stuttered to a score of 192-6, while two dismissals from Luke Wright and a single taking from James Tredwell reduced the hosts' score.
Brendan McCullum top-scored for New Zealand with 74 runs, while Martin Guptill and Hamish Rutherford scored 47 and 40 respectively.
England lead the series 1-0.
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